This Week in Restaurant News: Millennials’ Impact on Chains; Restaurants and Retail + More

Every week we’re rounding up some of our favorite articles with trends and tidbits from the world of restaurants. Tell us: what made your reading list this week?

Millennials Are Killing Chains Like Buffalo Wild Wings and Applebees — Business Insider

Shop Til You Drop at These Restaurants — The San Diego Union-Tribune

What Gets Stolen from Restaurants? Everything — Bloomberg

When Our Chefs Travel, Here’s How It Influences What We Eat and Drink in Louisville — Courier-Journal

Chefs Burn for Smoke — Nation’s Restaurant News

Should White Chefs Sell Burritos? A Portland Food Cart’s Revealing Controversy — The Washington Post

Royal Families Seek New Chefs — Forbes

How Filipino Chefs Are Revolutionizing America’S Restaurants — The Week

Beachcombing: The Story of the American Diner — Connecticut Magazine

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